Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has left the Monday Night Football game against the Chicago Bears with a shoulder injury. The Packers are playing Seneca Wallace at quarterback.
The Bears’ Shea McClellin was in the process of sacking Rodgers on a third and down near the Bears goal line. Rodgers spun and landed with one shoulder on the ground and and McClellin landing on the other shoulder. The good news is, it wasn’t his throwing shoulder.
Rodgers left the game and went to the locker room with a trainer. Before leaving the field, Rodgers was noticeably in pain. It is just another in a string of injuries to starting quarterbacks in recent weeks. The Bears are playing without their starting quarterback, Jay Cutler, who is recovering from a groin injury.
The severity of Rodgers injury is still unknown and is reportedly questionable to return. This is a very fluid situation and we’ll try to keep you up to date as details emerge and we learn more about the injury.
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UPDATE: Aaron Rodgers is being examined in the locker room and is QUESTIONABLE to return.
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